CMS'(Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services) "new tech" definition should not penalise innovators
This article was originally published in Clinica
The US device industry is calling for greater consistency in how Medicare defines a new technology so that breakthrough products are adequately priced when used within the hospital setting.
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